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Honolulu: star-bttlletin, moxday, oct. u, 1012.
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permitting of color harmony
m fa6fe decorations
Williamson & Battolph
Phoae i r. O, Box
Honolulu Swell Exchange i
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! See cur new ttock of SH0E8. ; BOJffjlE LASSIE CiAOTES and CH!L-
OREN'S SHOES. LOMOOM" B00T-SHOP GENTLEMEN'S SHOES.
CANTON DRY GOODS COMPANY,
: HOTEL STREET OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
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Coudies GHdirs and Table s
A small assortment of the famous
PEACOCK CHAIRS and OTTOMANS
NAME OP STOCK.
C. Rrewer &Co,
Eva Pfa&tatlon 0:
Haw." Com. fccg Co. ...
Hawaiian 6o?at Co.
HoQotnu Sugar Co. ......
lonokj: Suar Co
Haitt Sugar Oi. ; ..
Htflchlhson Snar PltDt. .
Kafinta nais'Wr. C. .
KekaLa Sugai C.
Kolfti Sogar .
MeBrydo Sugar Co
Oabu Sugar Co:
Oftoma Sugar Co
Claa Suar Co- Ltd. .....
Fukau Sugar Plant Co.
Paia Pfantatlon Co
Peiieeko Sugar Co. .
Picaoer Mill Co- ...
Waialua Agrlc On. ... . .
Walmanalo SuKar Co. . .
Walmea Suga. Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Ha waiiaa Electric Co. t . .
Horr. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T, & I Cd.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . .
Oahu It. & L. Co'. ....... .
Hllo R. R. Co Pfd.....ri
Hllo; R. R. Co.. Com. ....
HdtL B. & M. Co.
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., . . . . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Oldk R.C pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co."
Hon. D. & M. Co. Asa...
BONDS. ' r
Haw.Ter.4 (FIreCl.) ..
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub, Imps
Cal. Iteet Sug. & Ref. Cc.
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd. &a.
Haw. Coin. & Sug. Co. 5
I Hllo It. R. Co., Issue 1901
ti;;o k. k. jo., ucn. tx ...
Honokaa Sugai Co., 6 ..
Hon. R.T.1L. Co. 6 ...
KAual Ry. Ca s
Konala Dlich Co: 6s . . : . . .
McBrydef Sugaf Go. ( . . .
Mutual Tel. 6c.
QannR.&I- Co. B
Oaclid Sugar Co. 5 ......
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
PiXC. Sug. Mill Co. 6 . . . . .
Waialua Agric Co. 1 ...
iNatomaa Con. 6a
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6 .... .
For4 Kack rind up2307.; I
Take a ride to Halelwa any day an
karn what enjoyment means. ;
Black and white e.ieck and Cordu-'
? roy Hats. Uickersons, 76 s. Hen-1
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oa of those . swcil raincoat3
the Mclneray 3tock. Fort ami
Walker's boar work. burned some
' months ago, are being re bu It.
Wanted 1 wo more passengers for '
around - th - Island at JC.Wr. Lew fa
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141. J
Mrs. Martha Blatt, ne Vos?, fs now
of the firm Macgregor & Hlatt, High
Clfiss KilHners, Fort nr. Pauahl SL
The groceries sold it t.he Goeas
grocery, Beretania street, between :
Koft and N'uuaau are strictly freish.
! Found How we can save you from
1 buying new t:ats, by having the old
I ones cleaned by The? Expert Hatters.
; given twenty days, at the city jail. 'I he'
1 KPTifenrt of one woman was modified I
Horn twenty days to $10 and the costs. i
Pineapple sou a and Hire's Root Betr j
-excellent summer drinks are bot- r
tied1 by' the Consolidated Soda Works, t
Phone 2171. f
As your friends to snow you wnat
they got for their Green Stamps. Ami
always ask for them when you buy.
There are no . half-way measures
about the work done by the Honolulu
Construction and Draying Co., Ltd.,
Robinson block, Quern street.
The Multigraph is a time-saver and
indispensable to every business of
fice. Call and see it work at corner
Merchant and Ahlkea streets.
The New Zealand butter Just re
ceived by the Metropolitan Meat Mar
ket passed Blanchard's rriost" careful
!test. He savsr ft is absolutely pure.
Dr MacLennan removed to Alakea;
St., next Pacific Club a few doors' be-1 j
low Beretania Ave. Wonderful cures5 j
of chronic diseases by new serum
treatment. Phone 3630. "
Rapid tuition given in Hfusfa. Violin
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo oy lrbf.
L. .A. de Graca. NeW and. easy ,metbj
od. Terms moderate. Auuresa , 17a
Beretania avenue. Phone 3?43. , Y
Judges Iarnach at police coart Has;
fcffih dealing severely with5 those
drunks who persist in playing frequent
return engagements at trie lower cortrt.
Two victims of intemperance we.o 't
Every child writing a letter to Sautst
. 1 Clans, addressing -it to WALL, NlCK-
jOLS COMl'ANY, HU.NULTJLU, giving
jhelf Post Office addreis, wlir be-'fe-
... .... mcmbered at Christmas time. Dofl't
forget. j "
f A regular meetinsr of Waialae. Kal-
(mnki 'and Palolb Improvement cIud
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Count for anything e.;.?are;'-;;-ei;0 VS
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We have a tremendous stock
atid your isizem
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' 'VFOIlT.cndl.lzrivCHAtCT STHJETS
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N heaseTOf'Ari Accident Like This
a Who Is Res
AUTO ITS WOMAr AND FRACTURES HER HIP
.3Irs. K. D. Murphy wife of Special Policeman F. D. Murphy,
was struck by &n automobile driveli by Ffed: C. Warnicke, chauf
feur for MAf.GeU;; at Ellis and Market streets yesterday aft
ernoon. . Hex hip was' fractured. She lives at 559 Nnth avenue.
She was treated at the central emergency hospital.
THIS MEANS A FINANCIAL LOSS TO SOMEONE
Between Boards 15
Co. 15ft, CO Oahu 26,
Session Sales C000
103, 2-" Hilo Com. $,
will be held at Liliuokalani school as-
be " sidewalks",;
care of "school
O. R. . & L. i
COUO Hilo Ex.
Latest sugar quotation: 4.11 cents,
or $82.20 per ton.
Beets 9s7 l-4d
BERBV WAIEfiEOOSE TROSI CO
HemWr HtBoIala Stock
POUT AJTD JttKBCHANl
Harry Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 683 Phon 21tM
Member Honolulu Stock and JUnA
' p;SCE f HE INSURANCE MANAGER
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
923 Fort Street
Giffard S Rolh
STOCK iAD BROKE
pleinbets Honolulu Stock anil Bond
Stangrnwald Bldg 102 Merchant FL
NEW SUGAR MILL
FOR THE PHILIPPINES
The Hollo (Philippine) Enterprise
o. August 25 has the following that
would seem to be. of interest here:
;'The large 100 tons per day sugar
mill of Messrs. HIJos de I. de la Rama
i now, lying on the Muelle, awaiting
shipment to their Negros plantation
on .Bago RiYer. . It is a hopeful eigut
to obserre this vast unorganized Iron
reformer, as it lies spread out nlong
the docks, a: potent lesson for the fu
itrre &nd a grim reminder of the past
and what it has not done! All this
panicky upheaval of hanks and hnm
cal Institutions that have endured the
Strain of pa6t yeaxs without a thodow
rf suspicion. Is. due to the lack of ma
chinery'jas' is .now. coming in through
our port It is unfortunate that the
hacenderbs' should x prefer to pay the
''duty -upon their machinery rather than
order it from the States, but tho very
fact that men like Esteban de la Kama
srr. wlUiftg. to pay P14.000 duty i a
f:ut.ar:mlll from Glasgow is evidence
en6ugh that, he has ultimated cenna-
' trci In
willing to back up his preference
for that article by paying so large a
rcyalty upon it. The giant sugar mill
i a welcome arrival in these Islands,
and aspecially in the Visayas, the
heme of the most antique sugar ma
chinery in the world. The one now on
the Muelle will doubtless displace a
dozen of these antediluvian' affair-.
The product of the plantations that
Las been wont to He uncalled for in
the morning, and sugar buyers in New
York will meet before its arrival in
that port with offers, heretofore un
known to the product of these Islanas.
It is reported that there will be no
independent prosecution of Marshal
Black, who misappropriated the funds
of the Palo Alto Building and Loan
Association, because of his close
friendship with George Walker, State
building and loan commissioner. It
is believed Walker would shield Black
at all cost.
J. P. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished' arid 'Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
sembly hall on
Special, business will
sale of club lot and
grounds. . :
A new front is being put into ' the
portion of the Rhodes building, Ka-J
ahumanu street, taken by Theo. H. j
Davles' & Co., Ltd., for extension 'of j
its ' business f premises. The ' altera- j
tlonsr in the. portion taken by Bishop J
& Co.'s barrtr are approaching coMpfc-"!
tion. ' - I
While going down a gulch nearj
Peahi, MSuTTati automobile, driven byt
Fred Nmes and containing a party of
ladies, nearly went over a precipice.
The machine, skidded on the muddy
road and before it could be stopped
the front wheels were hanging oYei
A Russian named Choprenk who re-
questec that nis wjre De placed unuer
arrjrtt iteinf alleged that she failed
to take proper date of a babe failed
to make his c&3e stick when brought
for "trial at 'police court. No eviderfCe
was fdUnd' against the wonmii'and the
ease was therefore stricken from the
The Laymen's Missionary Commit
tee of Central Union church has Is
sued Invitations' to an ' Informal' sup
per next Wednesday eTenfng, tender
ed by the men of the chttrch to the
Rev. Dean R. Wickes, their laymen's
as4 Bond I missionary under appointment to
8TBJKBTS China. There will he a reception irf
the church parlors at t:3(raml supper
in the parish house at 6, followed by
a short program of special interest.
J. Gomes, G. Kukailant and J.
Fragas. fthree youth3 Who with William
Kahi are accuied by the police with
having beaten and bruised tn aged Ha
waiian janitor of a Paooa Valley
school, were up for trial at' Polioo
Court and each received a ninety a&y
sentence at me cny aau cuuuiy oas- j
trie. Frag?s declared tht he pr posd
to fight the case and carry the same
to the circuit court. He has retained!
Attorney Stranss to take pp TiTs in-
jjterests in the higher court.
Twenty-seven Japanese and Chinese!
arrested by Detectives Kellett. Apana
hnd bthers tn a raid led by Chief oft
Detectives McDuffie last night entered!
police court. Attorney Chiningwortlr
is looking-after the interests of fhc.
defendants. The officers claim that !
the Orientals were engaged in play-1
ing paikou at the time the premises'i
were entered. McDufne stated that !
his men secured chips, and also that?
several defendants made demands for'
money alleged to have been confis
cated by the officers. The case has
gone over until the coming week.
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. --Weae'tin-dlapla the-most compkt9-stocky of the popufar and beauiifuf
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ever- brought to Hawaii, luilung .JO I LET 4,SETS 'J, BON N ETr 42 LOTH IAIL HAIR 'and COMPLEXION
BnUjntS, MANICURt SETS, MIKKORS, KUFF BOXES, COMI3S, BUFFERS, : MILITARY BRUSHES
and -DRESSER TRAYS .;;.CuV;H ; 1 .
Singly plce told Jta iriajcrt'sett. ffoux (nspectlo ioriartly Irtvrtyci. . ; ' v v
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FORT AND HOTEL'STREET ;
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COMFORTABLE - REFINED
MODERATE PWCE$ f-.'
Heaartjers. for the Army
and Navy. :' '.' '
, Special dinners for strangers
on 4 Wednesday and Sunday,
Pnone. table reservations. f
Corner Wilder and Punahoa -Phone
Henri Jules Pinchon, Manager
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SACHS BUILDING ' - " ; - " J V BERETANIA STREET
Vre deal ,ln listed and unlisted secu
ritles of all klmis. HldalO, La Zaca
ulpa ruuber; Purissima Hills OU stock; ;
Mascot Copper. ,
W. E. LOGAN & CO.
iRoorrt 17 Bacon Slock. Oakland. Cat.
Rev. Henry C. Stone, vicar of Holy
Trinity Memorial church, of Philadel
phia, conducted funeral services over
the body of his wife, who committed
the Glasgow machinery, and suicide by. drinking poison. -
No. 202 7-room house, Kuakini
St : $1450
No. 203 7-room house, Likiha St. 2000
No. 2044 cottages and stables. . 6600
CR2SSATY , - - . Telephone 4147
The steamer Culligan, laden with
ore, sairk'ftr Lake StrpeTter: The crew
escaped in two small boats, but the
waves ran so high that tin y were j
nearly exhausted when picked up by
a fishing tug.
OAHU AND rVTBRYDE
Oahu advanced three-quarters of a
point between sessions in sales of 50
and 10 shares at 26.7.". Oahu Rail
way was .unchanged at 150 for 15
shares. Hilo Extension sixes held thej
advance of saturcay to y..;u lor
On the board McBryde went up a
quarter-point to o.7." for L'." shares.
Hilo Railroad common was unchang
ed in a sale of 2." shares at S.7-". Wai
alua sixes sold down a quarter to 103
STOCK SHEET ERROR.
There was an error in the printed
slock rieet on Saturday, iu containing
sales of 80 and 15 shares of H. C. t
S. Co. at 41. These sates were of Ha
waiian Sugar Co., the price being un
changed. Hawaiian v-ommercial wat
41 1-2 bid and 42 1-2 a3ked, w'th no
sales, oii Saturday. ; ;
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i -Materials 1
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